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against police... this time-- just ?one state away.what makes this shooting different-- and an update on that officer this morning. and as we near the end of hurricane season.. otto is getting ready to make a very rare thanksgiving landfall. welcome to live at daybreak on today's tmj4. i'm vince ready to buckle up and bear down - a million people expected to travel in wisconsin for thanksgiving... most will be driving. you're taking a live look right now at storm team 4 max radar-- and your current travel conditions from the highways. it's chilly, wet and rainy this morning-- miserable if you're hitting the road today. storm team 4 meteorologist brian gotter-- maps it out for you, now. clouds quickly moved in yesterday with highs in the low to mid 40s, a se wind at
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showers developed in the late evening light rain has been falling overnight with temps in the mid to upper 30s, to lower 40s along the lake, and a brisk se wind at 10-20 mph. if you are traveling to northern wisconsin, it has been snowing all night, and that will continue today, with 2-4" of accumulation from wausau and north. minneapolis could see about 4" of snow. it will be a cold rain in southern wisconsin with highs in the low to mid 40s. the rain tapers off before 10pm with patchy fog, and lows in the 30s. condiditions on the roads speeds slightly reducedno delays thanksgiving travel will be at its highest point in almost a decade according to a-a-a. 48.7 million people are expected to travel at least 50 miles from home for the holiday period. pete zervakis
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that a-a-a projection is about 1 million more travellers total than last year. about 43 and a half million of them are expected to journey by car. perhaps one reason why: the nation, erage price as f,is $2.13gathe second cheapest price since 2008. here in wisconsin it's $2.01 a gallon alsocredits an improving economy for the rising number of holiday travelers. 3.7 milln are expe r. $?that's als ar. those traveling by ad... the better. traffic will likely ck evin batteries, flat tes, or being locked out of their cars?] this thskgiving. so check your battery and tires before you get going... and pack an
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live...pz...tmj4 breaking this morning - a hales coreners police are waiting to arrest a driver after he triggered a fire on 76th a layton.you can see it there on your screen. it started when police attempted to stop the driver for speeding.. to evade police he and inother car.. y on layton iggering a massive ines thospital. milwaue won is fighting keep her rapin arning about his jonathon brn is cuseac raping threewomen.. one of them just 17 years old. a woman we are calling jessica.. was a victim of brown's 6 years ago. he was sed tontence one ar of pration since he was a juvenile at the ti. i think jonathon needs to be gone for a ryg time i wrote a statement to the courts stating :he's a danger to the community atthe age of
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inbrown's newest saulascase. we're follwoing breaking news out of detroit - where a wayne state university police ficer remains incritical condition after he was shot in the head. the officer was investigating possible car thefts and was about to speak to someone when the shooting occured.. just a few blocks from the school. authorities say the officer's gun was missing... but has since been recovered.a "person of interest" is in custody... is the suspected shooter. michigan state police, detroit police and wayne state university police are investigating the shooting. the election is over, but now some computer are urging hillary clinton's campaign to call for a recount of vote totals in several states including wisconsin. ann sterling joins us live with this new information just coming into our newsroom.
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evidence that vote totals in 3 states could have been hacked and according to cnn presented their findings to top clinton aides .wisconsin is on that list. also on the list -- michigan and pennsylvania.according to the article -- the scientists told the clinton campaign they believe there is a trend -- saying it shows clinton performing worse in counties that relied on electronic voting machines paper ballots .those scientist say clinton received 7% fewer votes in some counties that relied on electronic voting machines. that group says while they had not found any evidence of hacking, the pattern needs to be looked at by an independent review. our political reporter charles benson is looking into this report and to see what officials here is wisconsin
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the war between donald trump and hillary clinton may be over.in an interview with the new york times, president- elect donald trump said he doesn't want to "hurt the clintons."and has no interest in pursuing future investigations into hillary clinton. coming up on live at daybreak on today's tmj4...leave the chew-- behind. the new rule at sports venues across the city of milwaukee-- and why ?players won't be able to dodge the fines. wet weather-- for everyone traveling out of town today. we check in storm team 4 meteorologist brian niznansky-- in the ?storm chaser next. before we head to break.. good news from the milwaukee d-p- w... they will ?not be enforcing any meter parking on thanksgiving... and no overnight parking will be enforced tonight into thursday and thursday into friday... overnight parking rules resume
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clouds quickly moved in yesterday with highs in the low to mid 40s, a se wind at
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showers developed in the late evening light rain has been falling overnight with temps in the mid to upper 30s, to lower 40s along the lake, and a brisk se wind at 10-20 mph. if you are traveling to northern wisconsin, it has been snowing all night, and that will continue today, with 2-4" of from wausau and north. minneapolis could see about 4" of snow. it will be a cold rain in southern wisconsin with highs in the low to mid 40s. the rain tapers off before 10pm with patchy fog,
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no smoking and now no smokeless tobacco. fans... and even players... could soon face fines for using smokeless tobacco at miller park.the common council appoved a ban applying to all sports venues in the city. it now goes to the mayor for final approval. the move is meant to discourage major league baseball players from using chewing tobacco during games. current bucks guard matthew dellavedova is reportedly joining movie producers to develop a feature film about
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from fox sports australia the film will center around his struggles growing up in australia and his unlikely path to becoming an nba champion.production is is expected to begin next year. heading into the holiday's the admirals are trying to do their part. tonight they host grand rapids at 7.. and if fans bring in three non- perishable food items they'll receive a 10-dollar voucher for a ticket to a future admirals game. the food will be donated to the hunger task force. still ahead this morning: the final executive decision before the president enjoys the holidays.plus... first landfall? parts of centra america is gearing up for potential flooding, mudslides and damaging winds this week.. as hurricane otto inches closer.the community that's seeing this threat for the
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happening right now - costa rica is preparing for the worst, as hurricane otto barreled down on central america. otto became a hurricane off the coast of nicaragua yesterday, the national hurricane center said. it's expected to strengthen over the next couple of days.costa rica's president is urging residents on the country's caribbean coast to move inland before it's too late.
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to cause flooding.. and winds of up to 75 miles per hour could rip through coastal regions. otto could become the first hurricane to make landfall in costa rica since reliable recording keeping began in 18-51. beyond wisconsin - memorials are growing at the site of a school bus crash in chattanooga that killed five children two days ago.the driver of the bus, 24-year-old johnathny walker has been charged with five counts of vehicuar homicide. investigators believe walker was driving well over the 30- mile-per-hour limit... on a narrow winding roadwhen he "lost control of the bus". again today, extra counselors will be present at the victims' school. an early thanksgiving gift from president obama to dozens of federal inmates. the president has now reduced the sentences of more than one-thousand federal inmates while in office.that's more than the last 11 presidents combined. many of inamtes convicted of non-violent drug
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a holiday tradition continues at the white house today. president obama will pardon a turkey. the presidential pardon of a thanksgiving turkey is an event that dates back to president kennedy just days before he was assasinated in 19-63.this year's candidates for the honor are from iowa.. "tator" and tot". the floats for the 90th macy's thanksgiving day parade will come to life later today.the giant balloons will be inflated in preparation for tomorrow's parade three-million people will line the parade path on thanksgiving day.and you can watch it all here on tmj4 starting at 9-a-m. live look from downtown -let's get a
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clouds yestwith h ithe lod s, and a mph, and attered owdeveloped i a brisk se wind at 10-20 mph. 4 if you are traveling to
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be?2snowing all night, and that will continuetoday, with could see abt 4" of snow. it ap will be cold rain in utwisconsin with hhs mid 40s. the rain tapers ofre10pm wi patchy mostly cloudy and other storm system rolls into the area on friday with a slight chance of a 4[light rainin the then cloudy th?@ the lower 40s. this weekend is sunny and seasonal with highs in the mi a shower
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incident free slick slippery condiditions on the roads speeds slightly reducedno delays
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children with high blood pressure are not receiving proper treatment. researchers at children's health of philadelphia analyzed the records of 400-thousand kids with abnormal blood pressure of those had been diagnosed with hypertension. of those who'd been diagnosed.. researchers say just 6-percent were on medication for the issues. new research suggests that more than 5-percent of all deaths in the u-s over the last 25 years have been caused by infectious diseases.most were from the flu and pneumonia.scientists say while numbers have declined u-s remains at risk of new diseases, particularly those spread from insects like the west nile virus. check this out - hundreds of people across the south reported a bright flash light up the sky monday night. this video is from police dashcam in venice, florida. the flash is believed to be a fireball.. which is a brighter than usual meteor. there have been no
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up next on live at daybreak on today's tmj4...gearing up for black friday.why experts say it won't really matter whether you shop online .. or in person.also up next... lakefront brewery hosting another black friday event. what you need to know about getting your hands on its limited edition brew. heads up before we head to break.. the biggest holiday light display in the state lights up friday.. starting at 5 p-m.it's the1th anniversar
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the hype may be all about black friday.. but if shopping at midnight after a big thanksgiving deal doesn't appeal to you, we're learning e difference between shopping online or in stores this friday.some examples: kohls doorbusters are available both in store and online from on thanksgiving day and black friday. best buy is doing the same, saying it's about making sure customers are able to shop however they choose. or, skip the department stores and head to lake front brewery... it's hosting its sixth annual black friday event where it'll be selling its black friday brew... the beer was brewed back in february and then aged in bourbon barrels... it's only
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at eight a-m, but fans are known to line up the night before. coming up: a wisconsin college campus is seeing an uptick of reported hate incidents.how the university is trying to fight back with positivity. plus... a federal judge blocked an obama administration plan to extend overtime pay to more than four-mllion workers.what this mean ahead. more live at daybreak is next. rain, cold-- and even ?snow in some spots as you head out today. you're looking at a system moving in to wisconsin ?right now-- and the storm chaser is out to give you a better look at what you'll face... more live at daybreak
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and later -- hitting the road for the holidays? it's going to be wet-- and slick. where you could see some ?snow later today and when you should think about getting in the car-- to avoid heavy traffic! you're watching live at daybreak on today's tmj4. i'm susan kim.and i'm vince vitrano. checof wer and traffic together... clouds quickly moved in yesterday with highs in the low to mid 40s, a se wind at 5-15 mph, and scattered rain showers developed in the late evening light rain has been falling overnight with temps in the mid to upper 30s, to lower 40s along the lake, and

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